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... took a quick walk around the old town before heading to the main square for dinner in the rotunda where we could watch the light show. Campeche is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is a very pretty city with its restored pastel-coloured buildings and cobblestones streets. The two-towered cathedral dominated one side of the main square. Every night a light show is displayed on ...
... have saved all the fronts, most are full houses but it was a surprise when we saw it all from the wall. This is the first clean city we have seen. It has also police around every corner even tourist police, in mexico that is all we see, police cars, bikes, all with lights continually flashing, we have even seen the army walking along fully armed in bullet proof vests just walking along the ...
... 382;ce. Uf, ještěže jsme se přilis nevzdálili od banky a ten pán nás tu stihl najít. Bez pasů by bylo naše cestování rázem komplikovanější.
EN: We did not plan to come to Campeche before, but more we read our guidebook, the more we were sure that we need to see this place. Due to the fact that we were here unplanned, no couchsrufing was available, and in the end we had a problem find the ...
We stop in the coastal "city" of Campeche and it´s seriously hot. Then it rains, and its seriously wet - the streets flood with water. We watch a medieaval lightshow in the pouring rain and see a huge crowd gather for the upcoming election in this walled pirate town.
... bizarre tour included an introduction to some Mexican delicacies I would never have come across on my own, including cochonito (so so greasy, and a one time only affair) and horchata (a new favourite that made me feel like I was back in playgroup).
The day, in fact my whole trip, could be summed up by the following interaction between us:
Me: "Se puede, żverdad?!"
Him: "żDonde estaammooooossss?!"
Him: "ż Estamos en Mejicooooooo!¨"